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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Proboscis Monkey (Nasalis Larvatus) Classifications of Proboscis Monkey:Kingdom: AnimaliaPhylum: ChordataClass: MammaliaOrder: PrimatesFamily: Cercopithecidae Fun Facts!-adept to swim depths of 60+ ft. underwater-when threatened, will make a stunning dive into the water-Found in groups of comprising a dominant male and two to seven females along with their offspring. Endangered? YES! What does it eat? The proboscis monkey is an omnivore, allowing its diet to be extremely varied. They primarily consume leaves and fruits (mainly unripened), but have also been found to dine on seeds, insects, and flowers PREDATORS:-clouded leopards-pythons-monitor lizards-crocodiles-eagles The proboscis monkey is endemic to the island of Borneo and can be found on all three nations that divide the island: Brunei, Indonesia, and Malaysia. It is most common in coastal areas and along rivers. This species is restricted to lowland habitats that may experience tides It favors dipterocarp, mangrove and riverine forests. It can also be found in swamp forests, stunted swamp forests, rubber forests, rubber plantations, limestone hill forests, nypa swamps, nibong swamps, and tall swamp forests, tropical heath forests and steep cliffs. This species usually stays at least a kilometer from a water source. Appearance:-24-28 in. in height-males can weigh up to 50 lbs-coat of light brown fur, turns redat head and shoulders, and greyat the arms and legs-most widely recognized by anabnormally large nose in themales CAMERON MURRAY Relatives:-fellow species in the primateorder, no other information of close relatives found Behaviors:Known to be relatively calm, butcan become aggressive ifharassed. Dominant males willattack if felt that it or its fellowmonkeys are threatened. Overall they are calm and collected if left alone
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